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Run for Heaven's Sake

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Hundreds of men, women, and children spent their Sunday morning in the pouring rain for a good cause. It was the 3rd Annual Run for Heaven's Sake.

The 5k and 10k race is one of the biggest fundraisers for the Ramsey Keller Memorial. Jeff and Kori Keller lost their two-day-old daughter, Ramsey. Since then, they've created the Ramsey Keller Memorial, which helps to pay for funerals for babies who've lost their life under the age of one. Many runners took part in the race, regardless of the cold, wet weather.

Jim Berry of Billings said he ran Sunday to, "support a good cause."

"We're friends with the Kellers, and we want to support them," said Samuel Berry.

Though it was cold and wet, many of the 600 runners, including Samuel and Jim Berry, enjoyed the run. Especially since it was raising money for a great cause. Runners came from all over the state, and some from nearby states.

 

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